Mini multi-generational Goldendoodles
Due date October 19
Go home date mid-December
Ruby and Cooper have babies! Ruby has six healthy babies--four boys and two girls. They are all eating and growing right on schedule and Ruby is a great first time mama. These babies look just like their darling parents--apricot, red and one cream coat with thick, soft, wavy texture. We anticipate consistent temperaments like both parents--friendly, out-going and easily trainable.
Ruby and Cooper's reservation list with recommended placement
1. Heather Kendrick (prefers curly male--George)
2. Jaqueline Rush wants larger size (prefers red male--Fred or Ron)
3. Michelle Johnson (Hermione or Harry)
4. Juliana Vanderham (Ginny)
November 9, 2019
Ruby's babies are all up walking! They are just learning to use their wobbly little legs and their teeth are starting to erupt. As they get more and more steady on their feet they are awake a little more and are starting to interact with each other during the day. Ruby still nurses them every couple of hours and keeps them clean and warm. This week they will start using the litter box for potty training and we will have them spend a little time away from the litter on their own each day.
November 2, 2019
Ruby's "magical" puppies are doing great. We named them after some of our very favorite "people." (Harry Potter!) This week the babies are continuing to grow and develop. They are just starting to toddle around as well as creep in their little tummies. Fred has opened his eyes and a everyone else is getting close. We follow a special protocol to stimulate their little nervous systems to help them develop quick learning and adaptable temperaments. This next week they will all open their eyes and will start walking. Once everyone is up on their feet we will add a potty area to their box to start early potty training.
October 21, 2019
Ruby had six babies on Saturday 10/19/19! She did really well with labor and delivery and all six babies were born healthy and active. The babies are all nursing and growing right on schedule. Ruby has her babies at her guardian Reann's house. Reann is our puppy nanny and does a lot of work helping us keep our puppies clean and trained on schedule so it was a good match for Ruby to have her babies at her home where she is most comfortable. They will go to Kim's house in a few weeks when they are ready to be doggy door trained. For now we check Ruby for signs of mastitis or difficulty nursing every day, we keep baby toenails trimmed short, we make sure to provide lots of clean water and food at all times--nursing six babies is lots of work! The babies still have their eyes and ears closed. We follow out early neurological stimulation program with them every day to help develop resilient nervous systems during this critical growth period. They will all open their eyes and start creeping around over the next week.